ICC World Twnety20 2016, 5 Bowlers who can pack an economy of...

ICC World Twnety20 2016, 5 Bowlers who can pack an economy of less than six, Live Cricket


Mohammad Amir (Pakistan)

Amir’s come back for his first ICC mega event just after a five-year ban for match-fixing riding on remarkable performances on tour in New Zealand and the just-concluded Asia Cup. The threatening fast bowler bewildered one and all by his sheer pace, swing and immaculate line and length. The 23-year-old Amir, who was once regarded as one of the best young fast bowling prediction in the world cricket must before his fall from the grace, will be leading Pakistan’s bowling attack this time and will test the batsmen. With the current career economy rate of 6.93, he is sure to bring down that number to less than 6 in the ICC World T20.

Ravichandran Ashwin (India)

Well, all that can be said or written about Ashwin is certainly less. The off-spinner from Tamil Nadu has been one of the main reasons behind India’s triumph in recent times, particularly in known home conditions. Ashwin is almost unplayable on slow, turning, low tracks and can deceive any batsman despite his stature. Ashwin will certainly be India’s go-to man in the WT20, and has the potential to maintain less than 6 economies throughout the event.

Jasprit Bumrah (India)

The evolution of young Jasprit Bumrah as a persuasive death overs bowler has appeared as a huge relief for Indian captain MS Dhoni. Bumrah is uniformly efficient with the new ball associating with Ashish Nehra as he proved in the series against Australia and Sri Lanka ahead of the Asia Cup. With his eccentric action, Bumrah is quite tricky for batsmen to read which makes him a bit special. With current career economy rate of 6.15, he is sure to bowl with less than 6 economy rates in the World T20.

Shahid Afridi (Pakistan)

Shahid Afridi will be another man to watch out for his bowling in this ICC World T20. Placed fourth in the ICC T20 Bowlers Rankings, he will be fuming to go at the opponent batsmen. Having an experience of 90 T20I’s with an economy of 6.60, Afridi is a serious bowling threat in the spin-friendly wicket and is sure to maintain less than six economies throughout the tournament.

Imran Tahir (South Africa)

The South African spin bowler will be leading the spin attack for his team in the ICC World T20. With a fine experience of playing in India all through IPL, Tahir is more likely to perform exceptionally for his team in this mega ICC event. With an impressive present economy rate of 6.45, he is more likely to go miserly and maintain a below 6 economy throughout the tournament.